Prague Nightlife – Music, Dance and More

Prague Nightlife

prague nightlife, lucerna music bar stage
Prague has many great nightlife venues

Finding a Club

A great Prague club resource is Rave (www.rave.cz). A Prague nightlife specialist search engine, this link will get you to the dance/music Prague club gig listings and includes the rest of the Czech Republic. It’s in Czech but, I’ll show you how to get the info you want. Imagine you are surfing for Prague club action in Prague about a month (or even a week or a day) before you come here. Do the following:

Go to the Prague nightlife search site at www.rave.cz (the dance party listing part of the site).
You’ve got a list of places on the left and at the top is a search box. Next to the search box is the date-range. Lastly the blue Hledej” which means search. Note that this is a national search engine so default options are not just Prague.

If you want all possible Prague nightlife club options simply enter the word “Praha”, adjust the date range and click search. If you want it more refined then enter the date range and in the main search box type the name of a venue like “chapeau rouge” or just a genre of music like “house” or “techno”.

When you click one of the above options a list of Prague club and Prague nightlife venues with rave webpage info is now displayed on the screen with a small description (sometimes). There will be a link to the club where you can find pricing etc. Each Prague club webpage will almost certainly be in Czech but it will show the type of club music genre being offered on any given night.
TIP1: when you get to the individual club webpage then usually the address and opening times can be found on the “Kontakt” tab and the club schedule will be on the “Program” tab.
TIP2: A “real” Prague club i.e. not just a drinking bar with music, will allow free entry Sunday to Wednesday but, have an entry charge Thursday, Friday and Saturday but, it is not big i.e. 100kc and even then you may get a free beer.

Below is a collection of Prague nightlife venues for both dance gigs and music but, if you have found the music that you like then the rave.cz website will give you the best Prague club choices.

Tour Tips for Nightlife activities.

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M1 Lounge Bar & Club

M1 Lounge is a favourite for locals as well as expats and tourists. Former clientele includes G Eazy, Dan Bilzerian, Machine Gun Kelly, Xzibit, Wiz Khalifa and more. It’s open 7 days a week and international DJs host a party every single night. If you are in Prague and want to enjoy the nightlife to the fullest, M1 Lounge is a must. http://www.m1lounge.com/

One Club Prague

One Club, rated as one of the best clubs in Prague with top International and Resident DJs. Comfortable table booths with VIP bottle service and a capacity for 500 in the dance floor area. State of the Art audio-visual and lightshow effects will get you in the mood. Located only 200 metres from either Wenceslas Square or the Old Town Square so you’re right in the centre of the action. https://www.oneclubprague.cz/

EPIC Prague

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The Prague electronic dance music scene got a major boost in the form of a brand new state-of-the-art venue. If you love electronic music and great parties, EPIC is the place to be. The club occupies a large space of 2500m². It features the most up-to-date sound and lighting systems and the visual show is complimented by 100m² of LED panels. Expect a masterful showcase of top local and world renowned DJs, sexy dancers and of course a whole array of visual effects that will blow your mind. EPIC night out guaranteed! www.epicprague.com

Prague Nightlife – Techno/Rave – Roxy Club

For Prague nightlife Roxy is still the techno and rave king now with cool metal/glass tables upstairs and new floors. Everything else still a bit rough” looking. I love the way it still describes itself as a “warehouse” environment i.e. dilapidated but it seems to work when combined with the music, lighting and video projection. Cutting edge bands passing through here all the time. www.roxy.cz.

Prague Nightlife – RnB/HipHop – Club Radost FX

Radost FX is a restaurant and bar lounge club upstairs. For Prague nightlife, the heavy soul masses are in the basement. This is a Prague club which can get pretty touristy sometimes, but with a bunch of friends it’s a really cool spot. Recently it has diversified into R’n’B and now has a specialist “Black Music” soul and Hip Hop nights. www.radostfx.cz.

Prague Nightlife – Techno – Club Mecca

Club Mecca has a cool seating area upstairs together with a restaurant that is open till 11PM and downstairs the techno club leaves the ears and eyes with sensor overload. Prague nightlife includes parties every Friday and Saturday, restaurant open through the week. They have different resident DJ’s and also plenty of foreign ones. Webpage has full description of nightly program events in English. Prague tickets for popular gigs are often pre-sold. Prague tickets on the door are expensive and first come first served. www.mecca.cz.

Prague Nightlife – DnB, RnB, Hip Hop – Club Duplex

Duplex Prague is located at Vaclavske Namesti 21 on the 6th floor and has reopened after renovation. Two different dance levels, five bars, professional club dancers and probably the best lightshow in Prague i.e. smart Prague nightlife etc. Check the themed nights as different DJs are playing different styles but the webpage lists the main genres. You go in on the ground floor and take one of the lifts up to the top. www.duplex.cz.

Prague Nightlife – Mainstream – Karlovy Lazne

Karlovy Lazne (next to the Charles Bridge) lays claim to being not only the biggest Prague club but also the biggest club in Europe so don’t hold that against it. Four floors with varying types of mainstream, techno and drum’n’bass mixed music but, does not host gigs. Now a Prague nightlife mainstay. Prague tickets are all on the door. www.karlovylazne.cz

Prague Nightlife – Mainstream – Club Lavka

Lavka (next to Charles Bridge around the corner from Karlovy Lazne). A Prague club completely refurbished after the flood. Used to have the reputation of having lots of single Czech girls looking to get hooked up with expats serving tours of duty in Prague. Still does apparently!!!! Very nice outside garden area. Stay outside for a quiet-ish drink late in the evening and then go back into the Prague club. Pleasant Prague nightlife option. www.lavka.cz

Prague Nightlife – After Party – Studio 54

For Prague nightlife, this is the only decent “After Party” Prague club that I know. If you want a real mix of people and great DJ’s AFTER the normal clubs have closed then this is the place. Located at Hybernska 38 (30 metres before the highway). Opens 0500 to 1300 with each DJ getting two hours. You can download mp3 music from the site to give you an idea of the different types of music each DJ plays. www.studio54.cz

Prague Nightlife – Mainstream – Lucerna Music bar

Lucerna Music Bar is perhaps the most famous Prague club of all and one of the best jazz venues in Prague but, it’s not a jazz club. The smaller club caters to rock and jazz bands. Lucerna Music Bar it a sub-basement club split over two levels with the upper level for seating around the balcony. With a capacity of about 1500 it gets a good vibe and is locally famous for it’s Friday night 90s music night after 10pm. Check the Lucerna Music Bar post.

Prague Nightlife – Music Bar – Moon Club

MOONCLUB is a unique bar and lounge in the city. Located in a converted building courtyard less than 2 minutes walk from the Old Town Square it is a fantastic multi-functional open space including a magnificent main bar with its high glass-ceiling. Take one of their signature cocktails into the main lounge area or there are VIP lounges upstairs. Complete the evening by trying their delicious Asian Fusion food or just hit the dance floor to be entertained by local club DJs. www.moonclub.cz

Prague Nightlife – Music bar – Back Doors

Andel, Prague 5. Half a block over from the Novy Smichov shopping centre in the direction of the river. Not strictly a Prague club, primarily a bar/restaurant which has nightly DJ’s playing RnB, Oldies and Popular chart music. Definitely a dinner then dancing venue. Perfectly good Prague nightlife for people staying in this newly developed area. www.backdoors.cz

Prague Nightlife – Jazz Clubs

I’ve now written a special Jazz Clubs page to point you in the right direction.

Prague Nightlife – Strip Clubs and Cabaret

Obviously Prague nightlife will be different for everybody but this page is now only for Prague club info regarding music and dance. A specialist page has now been written for people who want strip clubs to be a part of their Prague nightlife. You can find this info on the Prague Stag and Hen page.

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